Book cover: Problems and Concepts in Developmental Neurophysiology
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Kellaway P, Noebels JL, editors. Problems and concepts in developmental neurophysiology. The Johns Hopkins series in contemporary medicine and public health. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1989. p. 1-312.

Fifteen contributions illustrate basic principles, concepts and methodologies of developmental neurophysiology of the mammalian central nervous system, providing an introduction for investigators and clinicians who require an essential knowledge of the ontogeny of the brain. Divided into two sections, this volume addresses plasticity and sensitive periods and structure-function relationships in the developing brain.